Tuba Concerto Movement II: Mysterious, Slow, and Expressive

BY TODD GOODMAN

 


TODD GOODMAN has been described as “one of America’s promising young composers.” His works are performed all over the world by a wide variety of players, including principal members of many major symphony orchestras such as Chicago, Vienna Philharmonic, Pittsburgh, Boston, Singapore, Iceland, and Seattle. Goodman currently serves as the Resident Composer and Artistic Education Director for the Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center (LPPACenter.org) located outside Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His works have won international praise from the British Trombone Society (Trombone Concerto), the Tuba Repertoire Initiative and the International Tuba Euphonium Association (Tuba Concerto), the International Project Piccolo Rebirth (Echos: prelude and dance), the Center for Contemporary Opera (Night of the Living Dead: the opera), and The American Prize (Night of the Living Dead [2014] and Bass Clarinet Concerto [2011]). He holds degrees from the University of Colorado (BM), Duquesne University (MM), and Kent State University (PhD ABD). In 2014 Mr. Goodman was selected from over 30,000 applicants as a quarter-finalist for the first ever Grammy® Award for Music Education.

4.1 | WINTER 2017

Contents

"The Avatars Creator Land"
José Galant
Cover Art


"Cliché Installer"
B.J. Best
Fiction

"Clouds, Light"
Scott Blasco
Electronic

"Amends"
Lorna Brown
Fiction

"Self-Portrait"
Grant Cutler
Electronic

"Bora Bora"
Michael Davis
Fiction

"Altro Alfresco"
Robert Fleisher
Experimental

"Tuba Concerto Movement II: Mysterious, Slow, and Expressive"
Todd Goodman
Classical

"Carpool"
Paul Handley
Fiction

"Il Malinteso"
Just Another Door
Jazz

"Of Leaves"
Nathan Kelly
Classical

"In Memoriam"
Matthew Kennedy
Classical

"Appear"
Jed Larson
Electronic

"Plume"
Bruce McRae
Experimental

"Great and Small"
Jenni Moody
Fiction

"Words to You"
Lucas Morin
Experimental

"Acquaintance"
Sarah Pascarella
Fiction

"A Brief History of My Relationship with Mercury"
Charles Rafferty
Fiction

"Orthorexia"
Julien Skrobek
Fiction

"Psychogramm"
Peter Michael von der Nahmer
Classical